The 2017 Genesis G90 will serve as both the flagship for and the initial glance at Hyundai's luxury spinoff.
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The first new model in Hyundai's Genesis luxury brand features a comfortable, quiet cabin and a fully-featured safety tech loadout.
The Genesis G90, formerly known as the Equus, is the first official member of the new Genesis brand. Hyundai is spinning off its luxury division into its own separate brand to give it a better shot at going toe-to-toe with the best on offer from places like Germany and the US.